Date: a couple weeks ago
iT HAS BEEN A WEEK - OOPS - cAP bUTTON IS DOWN - there, now that is better. We start again. It has been a week plus since my last posting. We have been busy in retirement - not out seeing dead people but active in retirement - if you get my drift. This may take more than one blog space, thus the title #1. You should read #1 before #2, if there is a #2. #1 and #2 remind me of a joke from Junior High - probably should just let that humor fade away. I believe it was General McArthur who said, "Old dirty jokes never die, they just fade away (until the next crop of Junior High age boys)."
Further and farther and further and farther we drove East. Loblolly pines grew thicker and thicker as we journeyed east. As a graduate from the land mass in the Panhandle, I never seem to tire of pine trees. I drove. We stopped and let the dogs have relief. I drove. Somewhere around 3 o4 4 our journey ended in Nachitoches at the Nak-a-tash RV park just off the interstate. It was a very nice park with a very nice lady running the show. If you rated parks by stars, this might be a 3 star park, maybe. It had a nice area for walking the dogs, water, electricity and a sewer connection. It was fine.
Nachitoches. How is it pronounced? Wellup, no Nach-i- toe - ches like it is spelled. Not on your life. Nak-a-tish. We were in Nakatish not Nachitoches. Gonna close this one right now. More to follow. Maybe today, y'never know.